University declares gravity to be “intolerant” … removes all weighing scales from the gym to avoid “triggering” snowflake students
(Natural News) Machines that measure gravity’s pull on the human body have been declared “intolerant” by Carleton University, which decided to pull all body weight scales from its gym in order to avoid “triggering” snowflake students.
As reported by CBC news (Canada):
The paper quotes one student as saying, “Scales are very triggering” for people with eating disorders.
“Next it will be the mirrors. #bringbackthescale,” wrote one Carleton student on Facebook, while another said online, “Are you for real, Carleton? What a sick joke.”
This is what happens when science education is based on socially popular myth rather than physical reality
The university’s decision to declare gravity to be “intolerant” is, of course, entirely predictable given academia’s mission of teaching students to believe in “feelings” rather than the laws of nature.
As witnessed by the science-obliterating “climate change” cult also being widely taught in today’s universities, what matters in government-contorted science education is not getting the right answer but feeling like you’ve sufficiently conformed to the socially acceptable delusions of your obedient, brain-damaged peers.
The problem, of course, with abandoning reality and replacing it with “feelings” is that feelings can always be hurt in yet another offensive way nobody thought of before… especially if you’re an intolerant, psychologically fragile libtard snowflake who gets “triggered” by machines that measure gravity’s pull on your body mass. As a perfect example of this, the wellness programs manager at the university, a
man woman trans LIFE FORM named Bruce Marshall (we can’t assume its gender, can we?) explained why gravity sucks for university wellness programs:
“If you need a number to focus on in regard to reaching certain fitness goals we suggest using girth measurements. You can start by recording measurements in multiple areas, for example your torso, hips, chest, legs and arms. You would then revisit these measurements after a few weeks to keep tabs on your progress.”
Why stop with gravity? Universities should also ban NUMBERS and WORDS because those can be offensive, too